Published on March 11th, 2013 | by Bruce Warren0
Get a Glimpse of the Other Side
Gregg Unterberger, a licensed professional counselor, will give his audience a glimpse into the other side when he comes to Unity Spiritual Center in Albuquerque on March 23 for a one-day seminar on past lives, future lives and the afterlife. In his seminars across the country, Unterberger uses powerful guided imagery and evocative music to regress audiences into their past lives and then into the space between lives—what some call heaven and the Tibetans call the bardo.
“It is from this dimension that many believe we plan our earthly lessons for our current life experience,” said Unterberger. “This will help people understand why they chose their present life circumstances. Why did I incarnate with this family or why did I choose this career path? For many, they will want to know why they chose their particular romance.”
“For most people, their biggest block is they believe that they can’t be hypnotized,” Unterberger said. But Unterberger has regressed thousands of ordinary people across the country. Typically, at least 90 percent of the audience members get some kind of impression from their past life.
Can we know what heaven really is? “We are in a unique moment in time, where we have a lot of evidence through life-between-life regressions, thousands of documented Near Death Experiences (NDE), experiences of mystics throughout the ages, and contemporary psychics,” Unterberger explains. “We can look at where they all agree and get a real sense of what the afterlife may look like.”
During the seminar, Unterberger will also discuss the growing number of modalities like Transpersonal Breathwork, Brainspotting and Induced After Death Communication (IADC) that allow ordinary individuals to have contact with the other side, without the help of a medium or psychic. “I like to call them the new spiritual technologies,” he said.
In Induced After-Death Communication, developed by doctors at the Chicago VA Hospital, patients experienced apparent spirit contact resulting in an almost complete resolution of the patient’s sense of overwhelming loss or guilt. Unterberger reports he has expanded a therapy called Brainspotting, originally developed to treat trauma victims, to “loop” spiritual memories in the brain, re-catalyzing powerful spiritual experiences from the past.
Transpersonal Breathwork, rooted in the work of Dr. Stanislav Grof and developed by Unterberger, induces mystical states of awareness through the use of yogic breathing and sweeping, powerful music. “Everyday people can now have the kind of experiences that mystics and saints have had without years of meditation or psychedelic drugs,” Unterberger explains.
Unterberger, a former instructor and clinical supervisor in group therapy at Texas State University, was trained by the leading authority in the field of regression, Dr. Brian L. Weiss, author of the best-selling Many Lives, Many Masters. Unterberger’s regression work is featured in Dr. Weiss’ newest book, Miracles Happen.
At the presentation, there will be books available on the afterlife, the new “spiritual technologies,” and Unterberger’s CD Exploring the Mysteries of Your Mind. Unterberger’s first book, The Quickening: Leaping Ahead on Your Spiritual Journey will be published by the A.R.E. Press later this year.
Location: 9800 Candelaria NE, Albuquerque. Gregg Unterberger will be available for private past-life regressions and IADC therapy in Albuquerque during the three days after his presentation. He can be contacted on his cell phone at 512-663-4155.
Study Groups Based on Teachings of Edgar Cayce
Edgar Cayce gave a series of readings that gave individual steps toward true spiritual growth. A small group of people that were working on understanding these concepts and working with them in daily life with Edgar Cayce put these concepts into lessons and published them as two books – A Search For God, Books One and Two.
ARE study groups use these materials as the primary text in groups around the world. There are several ARE study groups in the state of New Mexico at the present time. Meetings generally last around two hours and there is no fee to participate.
For more information, call Wanda Barrows at 505-890-0878.